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President Trump Asked About Trump Jr.’s Tiger King Pardon Suggestion At Press Conference

Trump hasn’t seen the series.

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A reporter asked President Trump about the viral Netflix series ‘Tiger King’ during Wednesday’s press conference, and Trump perhaps jokingly suggested he’d look into a presidential pardon for exotic animal park operator Joe Exotic.

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Donald Trump Jr. had casually suggested it wouldn’t be impossible for President Trump to consider a pardon or clemency for Joe Exotic during an appearance on a radio show Tuesday, and his father correctly deduced that his younger son had floated the idea.

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Trump apparently has heard of the show, stating that he’s “been waiting for somebody to ask me about that,” but he hasn’t seen it, probably on account of the presidential work schedule during the coronavirus epidemic.

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The President asked Jim Acosta for his opinion on the Tiger King saga, with the nominal ‘reporter’ pretending that he’s too much of an objective, serious journalist to speak about the series during the press conference.

The Tiger King series has taken off in great part because of the inability of many Americans to participate in everyday life during the coronavirus epidemic.

Exotic, who is profiled in depth in the documentary series, ran an exotic animal park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. He was arrested in 2018 and ultimately convicted for a supposed plot to assassinate an animal rights campaigner in Florida, a saga that is detailed in length in the documentary. Exotic maintains his innocence, and reports indicate that he is actively seeking a presidential pardon from President Trump.

 

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WATCH: Tucker Carlson Slams New York Times for Planning to Publish his Home Address

An act of political intimidation.

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Tucker Carlson slammed the New York Times for plotting to publish his home address in an upcoming doxxing story planned for later this week. Speaking in his first live show since taking a vacation, Tucker called out the plot as a naked act of political intimidation.

The Carlson family already had been forced to move one time, after a mob of ANTIFA protestors showed up outside the primetime anchor’s house. Reporting Carlson’s new address would have resulted in more harassment, something the mainstream media entity sees as journalism.

So why is the New York Times doing a story on the location of my family’s house? Well, you know why. To hurt us. To injure my wife and kids so I will shut up and stop disagreeing with them. They believe in force. We’ve learned that.”

The New York Times appeared to back down after Tucker’s segment on the matter, claiming that they weren’t planning on publishing Tucker’s new home address.

Tucker had suggested publishing the addresses of leading New York Times operatives, paying back the act of naked intimidation and privacy violation in turn.

It remains to be seen if the liberal media outlet is genuine in backing down on the Tucker doxxing attempt.

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